Try checking the usb cable. Some usb cables aren't made so you can charge your phone. Believe it or not but usually the cheaper cables are the ones that work for charging my motorola razr v3 phone. If that doesn't work, check to see if you didn't mess up the interface when you plugged into the phone.
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Hi! Just make sure that you had installed the latest usb drivers on you computer and plug your data cable and phone in. If it`s not charging, that means the phone is not designed to do that. Not all the models can charge by usb cable.
This problem occurs because of not ejecting the device properly when connected to pc(computer) via usb cable.
solution:connect your phone to computer via usb at the system tray you see a icon . right click on the icon.the device name appears on the new tab click on it.the hardware is ejected & remove the usb cable
solution to this problem is that the USB is on the connector
its an accessory
Data & Connectivity for the i880 by Motorola (Choose a different phone) Motorola USB Charging Data Cable - Item # NNTN5405
Easily link your phone to the USB connector of a computer or PDA, use your phone as a wireless modem and more. The cable also features an integrated charging port so the phone can be charged while simultaneously performing data operations. The charging port can be used with compatible standard, rapid and vehicle power chargers.
Have you tried a Master Re-set when the phone is off? Hold the center key and the power button for at least a FULL minute to a minute and a half. You will see the provider's splash screen, but hang tough.
This works best with the device on a flat surface rather than holding it.